First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
1. Nineteenth-century political economy and the problem of war
2. The strategy of 'business as usual'
3. Munitions and the Edwardian army
4. Economic planning for 'business as usual'
5. The limits of prewar planning
6. The July crisis
7. The Failure of 'business as usual'
8. Kitchener and the creation of the 'Nation in Arms', August-December 1914
9. The war in France, 1914-15
10. Lloyd George and Total war
11. Conclusion: The unresolved dilemmas of economic strategy